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  1. The 60th Anniversary edition of Frank Sinatra’s Nice ‘N’ Easy album is newly mixed and mastered, get it here: tramhostjatabaclemipricanarorkind.xyzinfo The CD and digital releases feature the original 12 album tracks from , plus full sessions of “I’ve Got A Crush on You” and “Nice ’n’ Easy.
  2. When this album came out, Billboard appropriately rated it a spotlight winner: it went on to spend nine weeks as number one on the stereo album charts. Each song here, except for the headline song, Nice n Easy, is sung in a ballad tempo, with Sinatra backed by .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Scranton Vinyl release of Nice 'N' Easy on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - SW,Capitol Records - SW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Scranton • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band4/5(66).
  4. Nov 14,  · While the recent arrival of Frank Sinatra's "Nice & Easy" on MFSL Gold CD was a wonderful listening experience and is a very worthy and must have addition, in any true SINATRA collection, it is here, on this new MONO release of "Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely", that the true MoFi magic lies.
  5. Find the perfect deal for Frank Sinatra Vinyl Records with free shipping on many items at eBay. Shop by record grading such as excellent (ex), near mint (nm or m-), very good (vg) Sinatra, Frank Swing Easy ( Gram) (New Vinyl) $ Frank Sinatra Songs For Swingin Lovers LP. Authentic Album & Inner Sleeve. $ Frank Sinatra.
  6. Frank Sinatra - Nice 'N' Easy LP vinyl record for sale. Buy Nice 'N' Easy, a great album from Frank Sinatra.
  7. Frank's last solid album for Capitol, and an easily swinging set that points the way towards the confident maturity of the Reprise years. The title tune, "Nice and Easy", is a classic swinger with great backing by Nelson Riddle – and the rest of the album's selection of tunes is a bit more in the sad late nite mode of some of Sinatra's other end of the 50s sessions, but handled with a bit.

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